June 17, 2021

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Anthony V. Rinna

Anthony V. Rinna

Anthony V. Rinna is a Senior Editor with the Sino-NK research group. He’s lived in South Korea since 2014.

Analysis

Why Russia won’t call the Hwasong-14 an ICBM

The Kremlin cannot publicly accept that the DPRK represents a serious threat to the U.S.

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna August 3, 2017
Analysis

Pipe dream? Why Russia wants inter-Korean economic cooperation

Russia has long hoped to expand trilateral development

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna July 20, 2017
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Why recent U.S. sanctions target Russia, not China

The latest designations suggest the Kremlin is not seen as a useful partner in dealing with the DPRK

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna June 11, 2017
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Following Sunday’s missile test, will Russia move away from North Korea?

While the DPRK's missile tests may trouble the Kremlin, don't expect Moscow to end ties just yet

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna May 15, 2017
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How Russia and South Korea could work together on North Korea

The next South Korean president could find an unlikely ally against the DPRK in Vladimir Putin

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna May 4, 2017
Analysis

Why the U.S. sent Joseph Yun to Moscow

Russia's growing ties with North Korea could give the U.S. a direct line to Pyongyang

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna April 5, 2017
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Why Russia is keeping quiet on THAAD

Moscow's reaction to the deployment has been markedly low-key

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna March 27, 2017
Analysis

With China and North Korea drifting apart, will Russia step in?

Despite shared interests, Moscow would be wise to keep Pyongyang at arm's length

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna February 20, 2017
Analysis

What role can Russia play in North Korean denuclearization?

Poor relations aren't necessarily an obstacle to solving the Pyongyang problem

Author Image Anthony V. Rinna December 15, 2016
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